You cannot sue your employer but you can file a worker's compensation claim. If there is a third party invovled (ie. someone else owned the truck) you may have a personal injury case.
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You have a workman compensation case if you were injured. You do not indicate what injury, if any, you sustained. There could be a third party case, but there are not enough facts here to know whether that is a claim worth investigating. Good luck.
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You may be eligible for NY No Fault benefits which would cover lost wages and medical bills. Speak to a Rochester personal injury attorney at once!
I agree with my fellow personal injury attorneys. Your best option is to hire an experienced truck injury lawyer to represent you and assist you in filing a worker's comp claim. I hope this helps and have a nice day.
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